A report released Thursday found that Texas had about 835,000 uninsured children in 2017, an increase of 83,000 kids from the previous year.
Health agency is demanding that the group, which faces an investigation over questionable billing, pay back $29,431 in costs the state incurred.
The anti-abortion group served more than 3,300 clients, far less than the nearly 70,000 people the organization projected when it won state contracts.
The ruling comes after a trial in July at which patients, health providers, state agency officials, bioethicists, cemetery directors, and religious leaders testified.
The number of Texas women who died from pregnancy complications in 2012 is being cut by more than half through a new state method.
A wave of Texas women candidates won or made it to the runoffs in more than 50 primary races statewide.
The Trump administration is guaranteeing Texas $135 million to continue helping more than 450,000 uninsured children and pregnant women if Congress doesn’t renew authorization for the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Two days after the end of the legislative session, Gov. Greg Abbott held a public ceremony to sign four major child welfare bills into law.
After months of calls from advocates, both chambers unanimously passed bills on Wednesday that would change how the DFPS cares for vulnerable children.
The struggle is real for Yolanda White.She prays every day her car makes it to her job at Lufkin State Supported Living Center.